Nicki Minaj rightly took Rap’s place on Mount Rushmore. After a heated debate on social media, the rapper joined Drake, Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole in taking fourth and final place on 2010s Spotify x RapCaviar Mount Rushmore. The parties discussed who deserved the final point. Nicki Minaj won with about 40 percent of the vote, followed by Kanye West, Future and Lil Wayne.
Her new single, “Do We Have a Problem?” Introducing it on Power 106, Nicki, admitted that everyone has a different Mount Rushmore and that it‘s all “subjective. ” However, it is impossible to deny its impact on culture. “But do I know Onika Tanya should be there? Yes, I know because influence is key,” she said.
“If you go on social media and shoot any female rapper, you can see Nicki impressing them, then of course I have to be on Mount Rushmore because it‘s so obvious,” she said.
She continued: “It would have been like asking Lil Wayne to be at 31 on Mount Rushmore for the previous Mount Rushmore. No denial. It‘s not bragging, it‘s nothing, it‘s what it is. ”
Nicki Minaj is very happy for a successful career
She‘s grateful that she was able to build a successful career while commanding respect. Nicki Minaj.
“Even the scorching hot people who come to the scene are still fighting and dying for respect,” she said.
“I don‘t have that problem, so I feel grateful and grateful. ”
Fifteen years later, Nicki Minaj no longer feels she needs confirmation from others.
“From now on, what I‘m going to do is just enjoy it and from now on I‘m going to live my life with people who rock with me. That‘s all there is to it,” she said.
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